March 28th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #68

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1,192 Responses to March 28th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #68

  1. cheekymeeky says:


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  2. Willy says:

    Told Ja….
    RINO mfing (&^(% POS puglick cans are saying….
    NO WALL!
    Round these bass tards up and hang them from the tallest part of the wall…
    if it gets built.

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  3. Lion Wood says:

    Its time Trump calls the spineless GOP leaders by name.

    GOP Leaders May Drop Wall Funding to Win Democratic Approval for Other Priorities


    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      It is time for President Trump to hit the campaign trail and speak to the American people about what the spineless GOP are up to with the Wall.

      Liked by 1 person

      • progpoker says:

        First, can he kill this…

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        • jakegr says:

          All that bill does is revert internet privacy to what it was on October 2016.

          Really, that was a last minute Obama admin action that Republicans are seeking to change.

          Democrats are terrible on internet privacy. Republicans are bad, but I don’t give any 50/50 partisan issue any Democrat benefit of the doubt. Somewhere in there might be a progressive agenda.. to be honest I don’t feel like researching it to find out what. But I certainly am not going to get in lock step with Democrat talking points or be outraged by something that gives us 2016 internet regulations.. which were just fine.

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  4. StateSovereigntyNationalUnion says:

    Its liberal corruption day at the Treehouse:

    Of course every day is GOPe corruption day

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  6. NHVoter says:

    Rand Paul and Mike Lee voted no FYI.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. StateSovereigntyNationalUnion says:

    Leading demo candidate for Price’s 6th Congressional GA seat special election:

    Liked by 1 person

    • SharonKinDC says:

      Whew…this D should not be anywhere near Congress… not only did he lie about security clearance, he went on to work for a contractor who does investigative work for Al Jazeera… On the hill, he worked for Hank ‘Guam might tip over’ Johnson. IOW, he was conveniently parked there to gain some cred. And he still had to lie about it!

      Here’s to Trump-backer Gray winning!

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  8. David says:

    DNI is trying to block the NSA from providing information to Nunes and the investigation. How can that be…does President Trump have the power to walked into the NSA and demand the information…I believe he can also walk into the CIA/FBI and take what-ever he wants?

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  9. Martin says:

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  10. rsanchez1990 says:

    Stefan Molyneux interviewed James O’Keefe, and I highly recommend watching it. James shares a few fun Andrew Breitbart stories and talks about the media, the truth, and why he does what he does.

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  11. Peter G. says:

    Tucker needs to stop torturing the mentally ill for ratings.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. MfM says:

    Melania was at the White House tonight. As much as she is living in N.Y. she gets to D.C. for what is important politically.

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    • muffyroberts says:

      She is hosting a dinner for all Congress people and their spouses.

      Liked by 1 person

      • MfM says:

        Exactly, I couldn’t find info earlier today if she would be there. When she wasn’t at the White House for some event early in the Presidency there was a lot of negative crap.

        She’s been there for a number of things mid week and is showing her being in N.Y. isn’t cramping her style as a First Lady. The comments that she isn’t going to move to the White House have also died down. They said she would, so I trust they will. The big thing is finding a school for Barron.

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        • Serena says:

          I have read a couple of reports that they have found a school for Barron in DC. Don’t know if they are fake though. I hope Barron will like living in the White House and make lots of great friends in his new school. I always include him and Melania in my prayers along with the President.Love this beautiful family.

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  13. Finalage says:

    For the Pence haters. The President without fail always praises Mike Pence. Enough about his loyalty. Take it from Trump himself, Pence is doing a great job as VP!

    Liked by 5 people

    • jakegr says:

      When Pence was chosen, Trump mentioned the fact that his background check came back clean was “a big deal”.

      I think he was telling the truth.

      Pence can’t be blackmailed. And despite being a politician for a long time, he still had modest means… he can’t be bribed either.

      Pence is an ideologue and has tended to align with neoconservatives, that is what makes us suspicious. But if Trump says he’s doing a good job, then that’s good enough for me.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Considering how thoroughly Trump has been investigated by legions of press employees, the Dems and the CIA/FBI/NSA and nothing of legal concern has been found, President Trump has high standards for himself as well as others.

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      • cozette says:

        I’m suspicious because the most important thing that needs to happen is eliminating cheating in time for the 2018 elections. Trump gave Pence that job in a very public statement. So far nothing from Pence. Plus Pence was picked for his legislative experience. He started working with the House and Senate right after the election to ensure passage of Trumps legislative agenda. He’s certainly done a super job there too.


        • jakegr says:

          but eliminating cheating isn’t the type of thing you’ll get frequent updates on. A lot of that has to be done behind the scenes.

          Its early still. We’ve no real reason to dislike Pence yet.

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  14. sunnydaze says:

    More brilliant ideas from Europe on how to deal with their “immigrant” crisis.

    Several countries have been paying them to leave for months now, but now a new twist (who could have seen *this* coming? /sarc). They’re heading to countries with the highest payments. Wouldn’t you? LOL.

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  15. NHVoter says:

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  16. paulraven1 says:

    Harsh title but good piece by Pamela Geller at Breitbart. Geller is a warrior, and has a warrior’s impatience and combativeness. But she makes key point — this is not the business world. As such it is animated by ambitions, pathologies and ideologies that often defy rationality and mutual interest. Trump is surrounded by people who want him to fail REGARDLESS of what it costs them.


    • thetrain2016 says:

      I was wondering too why they’re posting a Politico article? The only reason, I guess, Delingpole wrote a stupid article based on pure speculation and anonymous sources, now they use Politico as a backup.

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  17. patrickhenrycensored says:

    The sky is falling,…..again
    Michael Moore Claims Trump Will Be Responsible For Human Extinction


  18. Martin says:

    But according to some of the “conservative” ideologues in the press, you’re failing. *rolls eyes*

    Liked by 4 people

  19. SomebodyNobody says:

    How does it make you feel to know that the Elite of this country will subject the rest of us to what they did to the middle east to protect their status and wealth? They are willing to let the “leftists” and “BLM movement” in this country to go up against a heavily armed population who will most likely have the backing of the military. These people are disgusting and a threat to all of humanity.


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